Wendy's Country Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gifts, and bubbling chatter and laughter fills the village. Parents stand by and smile their appreciation as their children run back to them to tear open their gifts. Their reticence is forgotten replaced by the excitement of unexpected gifts.
In moments new soccer shirts are being donned, and dolls pulled from their packaging. The village has transformed. Excitement, laughter, kids playing and adults chatting in the shade outside their ...
... a non existent fire. It had all been a communication confusion with Keos spotting a small grass fire a short distance from the house he rang down to the office asking if the guys could come up with the vehicle and a couple of big drums of water to put it out. Lots of relieved laughter and an embarrassed office girl who had taken the call waited back at the Lodge with tea for all. Still it was a good rehearsal and we decided that as a "first response team" we had all done a ...
... hot water etc etc. The move in date was to be Saturday and here it was Wednesday and it looked to me like there was still about three weeks work to do for a big crew. For the next few days there was a lot of shouting and many "bosses" sorting their various crews with various levels of success. The organised chaos gradually sorted itself and visible progress was indeed made. The main builder had taken ill so Andrew shuffled his work schedule and took over as ...
... wine, we sat outdoors watching a particularly beautiful sunset, chatting with our host as swallows and bats flitted about, and the Raucous Toad started his serenade, while Gail was in the kitchen with Flora, preparing our evening meal, which we had ‘en famille’ seated at a large table with our hosts and 4 other guests, and a very pleasant dinner it was too. They are licensed but run an ‘honesty card’ help yourself system, which is typical of their set-up. We ...
... taking a few detours off the tar seal road. We manage to see the usual suspects: Hippo, Crocs, Warthog, Buffalo Dagga boys, Monkeys, male & female Nyala with young, ditto Kudu, Crested Frankolin, Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Reedbuck, Red Duiker, Banded Mongoose, Wildebeest, Dung Beetles, a large tribe of Vervet Monkeys, Impala, Reedbuck, Hadeda, Corhaan, Crimson Lourie or Turaco, a great sighting of the magnificent Peregrine Falcon on the ground and hunting.
We walk to ...